The Magazine Rack

Holy Christmas! If I didn’t mention something about this collection I would be depriving you of something great. This area is probably one of archive.org’s most often visited collections as several popular and well-read magazines have been archived to digital perfection and yours to freely read/download. https://archive.org/details/magazine_rack At today’s review, there are 100,260 magazines in…

The World of Tomorrow

One of my weird collecting passions involve things related to the 1964 New York World’s Fair. My Grandmother used to have pamphlets and books from their travels there laying around the house and I would pour over them, reading them from cover to cover, over and over again (I now have them after she passed). …

Become the next James Bond

When I was working my first job (early 80’s), I heard about this secret book that could teach you how to make spy gear (I hesitate to say explosives and other dangerous things) and super-secret things that could over throw a foreign government that might invade our soil.  The invasion fever was on, because around…

Intermission Time

I don’t know what your experience is with drive-in movies, but remembering the precious times we had as a family, in the car together, are priceless memories that I can never forget.  I can pretty much remember every movie we saw there (and there were some scenes where my brother and I had to close…

The Charles Givens Financial Library

Who doesn’t want to be rich someday? Who doesn’t dream of savings money or investing wisely and having a prosperous financial future? In the late 80s/early 90s, people were captivated by the teachings of Charles Givens, a self-professed financial Guru who wrote several books designed to help people make the best financial decisions towards their…

Welcome to the Archivist’s Journal

Hi everyone, and welcome to my blog! If you are visiting us here for the first time, I should warn you that you are in for a special treat. First off, this blog is like no other, as we are going to take you on a journey of reviews for FREE stuff, yes, I said…